I understand....my husband and I were trying for 7 months before he proposed. Then we stopped trying until about 6 weeks before the wedding because I didn't want to be a pregnant bride.. During that first 7 months of trying my best friend got pregnant. Kudos to her! After our 11 month "planning pause" we starting tying again. I met up with my best freind about 4 months in and talked about trying again. She said her and her fiancee were thinking about trying for another one too. AND BOOM!!!! Not even 2 months later she was pregnant again!! It has been very hard for me to see her get pregnant TWICE and have to adorable children and I am still trying View Thread
I just finished my 3rd round of clomid. The first round I was on 50mg and I did not ovulate... I had the worst mood swings, yelling and screaming one minute, crying the next. Hot flashes at night so I couldn't really sleep, nausea to the point of throwing up, and bad headaches. It was and has been a nightmare for my husband and I.
Since the 50mg dosage didn't work for me, the last 2 rounds I have been taking 100mg. Talk about craziness....My husband likes to call them my "psycho pills". LOL I am on CD12 and still no ovulation... I have to take the at home tests and get blood work done on CD21.
It usually takes me about 2 weeks after I take my last pill to start feeling better. Makes for very long months and a lot of effort has to be put in to get the "job" done...
My husband and I have been trying since July 2012 with no results, so we both agreed that something along these lines had to be tried. I am just glad that I am not the only one who is going crazy on this stuff. IT IS NASTY!!! I just hope this is the month and we get our Christmas miracle. View Thread
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